Help children to get their own living place

by Prime Educational and Social Trust
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Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry

                                                              Feeding the hungry!

The fact that the world produces more than enough food to feed the entire world (4 billion metric tons), and one-third of it gets wasted, leaving hundreds of millions of people hungry, is a tragedy.

High-income countries leave food on the plate, and low-and middle-income countries leave food in the field or lose it in production. This results in millions of malnourished children dying each year from a preventable cause.

Hunger and malnutrition create a self-sustaining barrier that keeps people stuck in poverty. Hunger makes it more difficult for a person to learn, work, pursue opportunities and contribute to society. It drains a person’s energy, destroys mental acuity, and exacts a heavy price on health throughout his or her life.

Beginning with under-nutrition in fetal and early life and extending to long-term health problems such as stunted physical growth, coronary heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, malnutrition exacts an enormous cost in quality and length of life.

Keeping this in mind, Prime Trust created an awareness in the community to send excess food they have during their family celebrations. We frequently receive food and it is distributed to the local community.

On Monday, the 7th of February, food was distributed to poor, unemployed women. More than 100 got food pockets.

 

Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry
Feeding the hungry
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                                                Health check-up for the children

The monthly check-up was done for the children of Janani Home, Evening Schools, and Children’s Groups. A small orientation program on health and hygiene, precautionary methods to safeguard themselves against the Covid pandemic was conducted by our residential doctor.

The check-up was done to measure their weight, height and whether the children have any contagious disease, etc., Deworming tablet, Albendazole was distributed to all the children to clear hookworms.

The details were recorded on their health card for further reference.

We are able to run the programs with the kind support of donors from GlobalGiving. 

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National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022

                                       National Girl Child Day on 24th January 2022

From female infanticide and gender inequality and discrimination to sexual abuse and violence, there are numerous issues that girls continue to face. With the objective of highlighting the inequalities faced by girls and promoting awareness about the rights of a girl child and the importance of their education, health, and nutrition, National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India every year on January 24. This is an initiative of the Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD) which conducts various events on the day across the country along with other ministries like Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Science and Technology, and Ministry of Skill Development. The purpose of the day is also to change the attitude of society towards girls and uplift the girl child, says the Ministry of Women and Child Development.

For all the Child Care Institutions, the Department of Women and Child, Government of Puducherry organized the program. The staff members of Janani Home, participated in the program. Participation certificates were issued to the participants.

National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
National Girl Child Day observed on 24,01.2022
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Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022

                                                       Happy Republic Day 2022

India marks January 26 as its Republic Day every year. In 2022, the country is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. While India gained independence from the British in 1947, it wasn't until January 26, 1950, that the Indian Constitution came into effect, and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic. Dr. B.R Ambedkar headed the Drafting Committee of the Constitution. Additionally, Constitution Day is celebrated in India on November 26 every year, as, on November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India.

Republic Day was celebrated with the children from Janani Home, Evening Schools, and the Children’s Parliament Program. Elder children spoke about the importance of the day and remembered leaders who fought for the independence of our country.

Children were given stationary during the celebration.  

Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
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Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022

                                              Happy Republic Day 2022

India marks January 26 as its Republic Day every year. In 2022, the country is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. While India gained independence from the British in 1947, it wasn't until January 26, 1950, that the Indian Constitution came into effect, and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic. Dr. B.R Ambedkar headed the Drafting Committee of the Constitution. Additionally, Constitution Day is celebrated in India on November 26 every year, as, on November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India.

Republic Day was celebrated with the children from Janani Home, Evening Schools, and the Children’s Parliament Program. Elder children spoke about the importance of the day and remembered leaders who fought for the independence of our country.

Children were given stationary during the celebration.  

Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January 2022
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Prime Educational and Social Trust

Location: Puducherry - India
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Savarinathan Maria Arasu
Puducherry, Puducherry India
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